- July 4, 2010
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IOA to build 60 new housing units in OJ
Hebrew daily Ha’aretz said on Sunday that the new housing units would be built in Pisgat Ze’ev to the north east of occupied Jerusalem.
In another report, this time by the Israeli radio, the Israeli parliament was discussing a new draft proposal that would prevent Netanyahu from renewing the settlement freeze decision.
The radio said that Likud and national union party members of the parliament proposed the law that stipulates referring any such decision to the parliament for endorsement.
The broadcast said that the law primarily targeted blocking the Israeli government form extending the ban on settlement building that would end by next September, which was not fully pursued anyway and which excluded occupied Jerusalem.